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Catalogue no. 22:
Christmas Special 2017 - Catalogue no. 22
Christmas Special 2017
Catalogue no. 22

 

Catalogue no. 21:
The Kids V - August 2017 - Catalogue no. 21
The Kids V - August 2017
Catalogue no. 21



L18-01
L18-01

L18-01
A fine water bowl, Bagan, Burma, late 19th / early 20th century


The very thin-walled cup is decorated with floral and geometric motifs, palm trees and with 6 running monkeys. The cup shows many horizontal cracks in the red lacquer surface and a few chips on the upper rim.

height: 95 mm / 3.74 in
max. diameter: 119 mm / 4.69 in

price: 154,70 Euro (incl. 19 % VAT plus packaging and shipping)
130 Euro (VAT free for delivery outside European Union)


L18-02
L18-02

L18-02
A water bowl, Bagan, Burma, late 19th / early 20th century


Decorated with walking men, extra zodiacal signs of unknown origin, abstract and complex design (Gadu-Ganan?). This old bowl shows a few cracks and old repairs.

height: 136 mm / 5.35 in
max. diameter: 146 mm / 5.75 in

price: 154,70 Euro (incl. 19 % VAT plus packaging and shipping)
130 Euro (VAT free for delivery outside European Union)


L18-03
L18-03

L18-03
Lacquerware basketry box (pachok) with Elephant design, Shan States / Laos, probably mid-20th


Decorated with walking men, extra zodiacal signs of unknown origin, abstract and complex design (Gadu-Ganan?). This old bowl shows a few cracks and old repairs.

height: 110 mm / 4.33 in
lenght: 235 mm / 9.25 in
widht: 130 mm / 5.12 in

price: 130,90 Euro (incl. 19 % VAT plus packaging and shipping)
110 Euro (VAT free for delivery outside European Union)


L18-04
L18-04

L18-04
Black and red lacquerbox, khun it, probably Kyaukka (Burma), late 19th century


An excellent polished black kun it with one inner tray. Rare elegant design. Worn, but still in good condition with only a few minor defects, loss of lacquer and repairs. The box is signed and dated 1260 on the bottom (1260 = 1898).

height: 105 mm / 4.13 in
max. diameter: 160 mm / 6.30 in (top)
max. diameter: 195 mm / 7.68 in (bottom)

reference: Sylvia Fraser-Lu, Burmese Lacquerware, Orchid Press Bangkok 2000, p. 103, fig. 5:39

price: 452,20 Euro (incl. 19 % VAT plus packaging and shipping)
380 Euro (VAT free for delivery outside European Union)


L18-05
L18-05

L18-05
Bagan deep bowl, Bagan (Burma), early 20th century


This deep, thin-walled bowl probably depicts court scenes from the Mandalay palace and two large elephants. With inscription on the upper rim. With cracks, small repair (repainted) and minor loss of lacquer, especially inside the bowl. Marked on the bottom with a lion in a circle.

height: 172 mm / 6.77 in
max. diameter: 188 mm / 7.40 in

price: 178,80 Euro (incl. 19 % VAT plus packaging and shipping)
150 Euro (VAT free for delivery outside European Union)


L18-06
L18-06

L18-06
A fine water bowl with repetitive design (yun lacquerware), Burma, late 19th century


A fine water bowl with geometric pattern, palm trees and 4 walking men. With four inscriptions at the shoulder. Worn with small cracks, loss of lacquer on the lower rim and faded colour.

height: 130 mm / 5.12 in
max. diameter: 165 mm / 6.50 in

price: 166,60 Euro (incl. 19 % VAT plus packaging and shipping)
140 Euro (VAT free for delivery outside European Union)


L18-07
L18-07

L18-07
Large offering stand, kalat, Shan States, Burma, early 20th century


As Isaacs/Blurton describe, stands of this style are typical of Intha manufacture of southern Shan States. Made of woven split bamboo, thickly lacquered red, but black underneath. Owned by families who use them for carrying offerings to the monastery. Similar in function to the Hsun ok. [1]
reference: [1] Ralph Isaacs and T. Richard Blurton, Visions from the Golden Land, British Museum Press 2000, p. 163, fig. 107
condition: worn with some losses and cracks in the lacquer, slightly faded colour
height: 223 mm / 8.78 in
max. diameter: 400 mm / 15.75 in
price: 464,10 Euro (incl. 19 % VAT plus packaging and shipping)
390 Euro (VAT free for delivery outside European Union)


L18-08
L18-08

L18-08
Rare large, heavy water bowl, lower Burma (probably from Meiktila or Pyinmana), late 19th / early 20th century


This vessel has been made of coiled rattan, lacquered in red. Interestingly chips of broken pottery / porcelain has been set into the five stubby feet. [1] One larger crack inside the upper rim, otherwise very good condition. Elaborated in high quality, smooth lacquer surface.

height: 155 mm / 6.10 in
max. diameter: 280 mm / 11.02 in

reference: [1] Ralph Isaacs and T. Richard Blurton, Visions from the Golden Land, British Museum Press 2000, p. 211 fig. 166
Than Htun (Dedaye), Lacquerware Journeys, Riverbooks 2013, p. 161, fig. 356

price: 380,80 Euro (incl. 19 % VAT plus packaging and shipping)
320 Euro (VAT free for delivery outside European Union)


L18-09
L18-09

L18-09
Rare large, heavy woven bamboo/horsehair cup, probably Kyaukka, Burma, late 19th / early 20th century


Black / red bowl on 6 stubby feet. Workshop's or maker's mark on the bottom "Pyoe" (smile).
Good condition with some cracks in the lacquer.
reference: Sylvia Fraser-Lu, Burmese Lacquerware, Orchid Press Bangkok 2000, p. 102, fig. 5:29
height: 195 mm / 7.68 in
max. diameter: 290 mm / 11.42 in

price: 690,20 Euro (incl. 19 % VAT plus packaging and shipping)
580 Euro (VAT free for delivery outside European Union)


L18-10
L18-10

L18-10
A miniature lacquerware box (thanakha bu), Burma, late 19th to early 20th century


The small box with two inner trays is in good condition according to age and use. There are only minor defects, such as hairline cracks in the lacquer surface, fading colour and tiny losses of lacquer.
Probably these small boxes have been used for cosmetics or perhaps as a toy. [1]

reference: [1] Ralph Isaacs and T. Richard Blurton, Visions from the Golden Land, British Museum Press 2000, p. 111 fig. 52
height: 63 mm / 2.48 in
diameter: 73 mm / 2.87 in

price: 95,20 Euro (incl. 19 % VAT plus packaging and shipping)
80 Euro (VAT free for delivery outside European Union)


L18-11
L18-11



L18-11
A miniature lacquerware box (thanakha bu), Burma, late 19th to early 20th century


The small box two inner trays is in good condition according to age and use. There are only minor defects, such as hairline cracks in the lacquer surface, fading colour and tiny losses of lacquer.
Probably these small boxes have been used for cosmetics or perhaps as a toy. [1]

reference: [1] Ralph Isaacs and T. Richard Blurton, Visions from the Golden Land, British Museum Press 2000, p. 111 fig. 52
height: 62 mm / 2.44 in
diameter: 74 mm / 2.91 in

price: 95,20 Euro (incl. 19 % VAT plus packaging and shipping)
80 Euro (VAT free for delivery outside European Union)




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